2020 AFL Free Agency & Trade Period Tracker

With the 2020 AFL season now complete, and the Richmond Football Club once again crowned AFL Premiers, it's time to turn an eye towards next season, and we start with the 2020 AFL Free Agency and Trade Period.

We'll keep you up to date with all confirmed player movement with the 2020 AFL Free Agency and Trade Period Tracker.

AFL TRADE DEADLINE DAY

7:30pm

NICK HIND

The St Kilda Football Club has traded forward Nick Hind and a fifth round selection (currently #77) in the 2020 AFL Draft, to the Essendon Football Club, in exchange for a fourth round selection (currently #67) and fifth round selection (currently #74) in the 2020 AFL Draft. Nick Hind played 21 games for the Saints during 2019-20.

- St Kilda overall player rank #19
- St Kilda forward rank #5
- AFL overall player rank #270

View Nick Hind in the Stats Insider AFL Player Ratings

ADAM TRELOAR

Collingwood have traded midfielder Adam Treloar to the Western Bulldogs. The Western Bulldogs receive Adam Treloar, two second round selections (currently #26 and #33) and a third round selection (currently #42) in the 2020 AFL Draft, while Collingwood receive a first round selection (currently #14) in the 2020 AFL Draft, and a future second round selection in the 2021 AFL Draft. Treloar played 79 games at the GWS Giants (2012-2015), before 94 games at Collingwood (2016-2020) for 173 games total.

- Collingwood overall player rank #2
- Collingwood midfielder rank #2
- AFL overall player rank #16

View Adam Treloar in the Stats Insider AFL Player Ratings

JEREMY CAMERON

The GWS Giants have traded forward Jeremy Cameron to the Geelong Cats for three first round selections (currently #13, #15 and #20) in the 2020 AFL Draft. Geelong will also receive two future second round selections in the 2021 AFL Draft, while they lose an extra future fourth round selection in the 2021 AFL Draft. Jeremy Cameron played 171 games for the GWS Giants, kicking 427 goals, winning the 2013 Best and Fairest, the 2019 Coleman Medal and two All Australian guernseys (2013, 2019).

- GWS overall player rank #11
- GWS forward rank #2
- AFL overall player rank #231

View Jeremy Cameron in the Stats Insider AFL Player Ratings

JYE CALDWELL

The GWS Giants have traded midfielder Jye Caldwell, a round two selection (currently #44) and a round four selection (currently #74) in the 2020 AFL Draft, for a second round selection (currently #29) in the 2020 AFL Draft and a future second round selection in the 2021 AFL Draft.

- GWS overall player rank #31
- GWS midfield rank #11
- AFL overall player rank #537

View Jye Caldwell in the Stats Insider AFL Player Ratings

7:22pm

TOM PHILLIPS

Collingwood have traded wingman Tom Phillips to the Hawthorn Football Club for a fourth round selection (currently #65) in the 2020 AFL Draft. Tom Phillips has played 89 games for Collingwood, after being drafted with selection #54 in the 2016 AFL Draft.

- Collingwood overall player rank #22
- Collingwood midfield rank #5
- AFL overall player rank #429

View Tom Phillips in the Stats Insider AFL Player Ratings

7:25pm

ORAZIO FANTASIA

The Essendon Football Club have traded forward Orazio Fantasia to the Port Adelaide Football Club, for a second round selection (currently #29) in the 2020 AFL Draft and a future third round selection in the 2021 AFL Draft. Orazio Fantasia has played 80 games for Essendon, kicking 111 goals between 2014-2020.

- Essendon overall player rank #12
- Essendon forward rank #3
- AFL overall player rank #211

View Orazio Fantasia in the Stats Insider AFL Player Ratings

6:20pm

Brisbane have traded two first round selections (currently #18 and #19) in the 2020 AFL Draft, and a future second round selection in the 2021 AFL Draft, to the Melbourne Football Club, for a future first round selection in the 2021 AFL Draft, a second round selection (currently #25), and two fourth round selections (currently #68 and #69) in the 2020 AFL Draft. 

5:00pm

JAIDYN STEPHENSON

Collingwood have traded forward Jaidyn Stephenson to the North Melbourne Football Club, along with fellow forward Atu Bosenavulagi and a second round selection (currently #39) in the 2020 AFL Draft, for two second round selections (currently #26 and #33) and a fourth round selection (currently #70) in the 2020 AFL Draft. Stephenson was drafted with selection #7 in the 2017 AFL Draft, and has played 54 games, kicking 76 goals between 2018-2020. Stephenson was also named the 2018 AFL Rising Star following his debut season. 

- Collingwood overall player rank #14
- Collingwood forward rank #4
- AFL overall player rank #218

View Jaidyn Stephenson in the Stats Insider AFL Player Ratings

3:49pm

ALEX WITHERDEN

The Brisbane Lions have traded defender Alex Witherden and a fifth round selection (currently #86) in the 2020 AFL Draft to the West Coast Eagles, for a third round selection (currently #58) in the 2020 AFL Draft and a future third round selection in the 2021 AFL Draft. After being drafted with pick #23 in the 2016 AFL Draft, Alex Witherden played 59 game for the Brisbane Lions between 2017-2020.

- Brisbane Lions overall player rank #11
- Brisbane Lions defender rank #4
- AFL overall player rank #219

View Alex Witherden in the Stats Insider AFL Player Ratings


3:30pm

JACK HIGGINS

The Richmond Football Club has traded forward Jack Higgins, a first round selection (currently #21) in the 2020 AFL Draft and a future fourth round selection in the 2021 AFL Draft, to the St Kilda Football Club, for a first round selection (currently #17) in the 2020 AFL Draft and a future second round selection in the 2021 AFL Draft. Jack Higgins has played 43 games since his debut in 2018, kicking 29 goals, including the 2018 AFL Goal of the Year.

- Richmond overall player rank #14
- Richmond forward rank #3
- AFL overall player rank #195

View Jack Higgins in the Stats Insider AFL Player Ratings

3:15pm

BEN BROWN

The North Melbourne Football Club has traded forward Ben Brown, a second round selection (currently #28) in the 2020 AFL Draft, and a future fourth round selection in the 2021 AFL Draft to the Melbourne Football Club, for two second round selections (currently #26 & #33) in the 2020 AFL Draft, and a future fourth round selection in the 2021 AFL Draft. Ben Brown led North Melbourne's goalkicking for four straight seasons (2016-2019), also finishing in the Top-3 of the Coleman Medal in three straight years from 2017-2019. Brown has kicked 287 goals in 130 games for North Melbourne. 

- North Melbourne overall player rank #5
- North Melbourne forward rank #1
- AFL overall player rank #112

View Ben Brown in the Stats Insider AFL Player Ratings


3:10pm

The Sydney Swans have traded their second round selection (currently #25) in the 2020 AFL Draft to the Melbourne Football Club for a second round selection (currently #31) and a third round selection (currently #43) in the 2020 AFL Draft.

WEDNESDAY 11TH NOVEMBER

5:30pm

TOM HICKEY

The West Coast Eagles have traded ruckman Tom Hickey, a second round selection (currently #34) and a third round selection (currently #60) in the 2020 AFL Draft, to the Sydney Swans for a third round selection (currently 58) and a fourth round selection (currently #62) in the 2020 AFL Draft, as well as a future second (currently tied to Port Adelaide) and future third round selection in the 2021 AFL Draft. After being drafted as a Zone Concession player for the inaugural Gold Coast Suns (12 games, 2011-12) Hickey was traded to St Kilda where he played 67 games between 2013 and 2018, when he was traded to the West Coast Eagles (23 games, 2019-20). 

- West Coast overall player rank #24
- AFL overall ruck rank #28
- AFL overall player rank #497

View Tom Hickey in the Stats Insider AFL Player Ratings

3:00pm

SHAUN HIGGINS

North Melbourne have traded Shaun Higgins to the Geelong Cats for a second round (currently #30) selection in the 2020 AFL Draft. Shaun Higgins has played 237 games for the Western Bulldogs (129 games, 2016-2014) and North Melbourne (108 games, 2015-2020), where he earned his maiden All Australian guernsey (2018) and two Syd Barker medals (2017-18) as the North Melbourne best and fairest. 

- North Melbourne overall player rank #7
- North Melbourne midfielder rank #3
- AFL overall player rank #127

View Shaun Higgins in the Stats Insider AFL Player Ratings

12:31pm

ALIIR ALIIR

The Sydney Swans have traded defender Aliir Aliir to Port Adelaide for a future second round selection in the 2021 AFL Draft. Originally selected with pick #44 in the 2013 AFL Draft, Aliir Aliir played 64 games for the Sydney Swans between 2014-2020.

- Sydney overall player rank #16
- Sydney defender rank #6
- AFL overall player rank #312

View Aliir Aliir in the Stats Insider AFL Player Ratings


12:15pm

ADAM SAAD

Essendon have traded defender Adam Saad, a third round selection (currently #48) and a fourth round selection (currently #78) in the 2020 AFL Draft to Carlton for a first round (currently #8) and fifth round (currently #87) selection in the 2020 AFL Draft. Carlton become Adam Saad's third AFL club, having played 48 games for the Gold Coast Suns (2015-2017) and 61 games for Essendon (2018-2020) after being selected with the 25th pick in the 2015 AFL Rookie Draft.

- Essendon overall player rank #3
- Essendon defender rank #1
- AFL overall player rank #73

View Adam Saad in the Stats Insider AFL Player Ratings


11:54am

NAKIA COCKATOO

The Geelong Cats trade forward Nakia Cockatoo to the Brisbane Lions for a future third round selection (currently tied to Melbourne) in the 2021 AFL Draft. Nakia Cockatoo played 34 games for the Cats between 2015-2020.

- Geelong overall player rank #26
- Geelong forward rank #7
- AFL overall player rank #422

View Nakia Cockatoo in the Stats Insider AFL Player Ratings

11:43am

LACHLAN FOGARTY

The Geelong Cats trade forward Lachlan Fogarty and a second round (currently #38) selection in the 2020 AFL Draft to the Carlton Football Club for a second round (currently #30) and third round (currently #51) selection in the 2020 AFL Draft. Lachlan Fogarty played 23 games, kicking 6 goals, between 2018-2020.

- Geelong overall player rank #27
- Geelong forward rank #8
- AFL overall player rank #448

View Lachlan Fogarty in the Stats Insider AFL Player Ratings


TUESDAY 10TH NOVEMBER

4:45pm

STEFAN MARTIN & LACHIE YOUNG

Our first three-way trade of the 2020 AFL Trade Period!

The Brisbane Lions trade a fourth round selection (currently #70) in the 2020 AFL Draft to North Melbourne for their fourth round selection (currently #63) in the 2020 AFL Draft. The Brisbane Lions have traded ruckman Stefan Martin to the Western Bulldogs. The Western Bulldogs have traded young key defender Lachie Young to North Melbourne.

The Western Bulldogs become Stefan Martin's third AFL club, having played 57 games for Melbourne between 2008-2012, and 133 games for the Brisbane Lions.

STEFAN MARTIN

- Brisbane overall player rank #10
- AFL overall ruck rank #12
- AFL overall player rank #180

View Stefan Martin in the Stats Insider AFL Player Ratings

Lachie Young played eight AFL games for the Western Bulldogs across 2019-20 after being selected with the sixth selection in the 2019 AFL Rookie Draft

LACHIE YOUNG

- Western Bulldogs overall player rank #36
- Western Bulldogs defender rank #15
- AFL overall player rank #620

View Lachie Young in the Stats Insider AFL Player Ratings


3:15pm

BRAYDON PREUSS

Melbourne have traded backup ruck, Braydon Preuss, to the GWS Giants for a second round selection in the 2020 AFL Draft, currently pick #31. The GWS Giants become Braydon Preuss' third AFL club, having played 8 games for North Melbourne (2015-2018) and 10 games for Melbourne across 2019-2020.

- Melbourne overall player rank #24
- AFL overall ruck rank #26
- AFL overall player rank #465

View Braydon Preuss in the Stats Insider AFL Player Ratings

11:55am

MITCH HANNAN

Melbourne have traded forward Mitch Hannan to the Western Bulldogs for a future third round selection in the 2021 AFL Draft. Mitch Hannan played 50 games for the Demons, kicking 55 goals, between 2017-2020.

- Melbourne forward rank #6
- Melbourne overall player rank #18
- AFL overall player rank #358

View Mitch Hannan in the Stats Insider AFL Player Ratings


11:45am

The Adelaide Crows have traded a second round (currently #33) selection and third round (currently #50) selection in the 2020 AFL Draft to Melbourne for a future second round and future fourth round selection in the 2021 AFL Draft.

10:43am

PETER WRIGHT

The Gold Coast Suns have traded Peter Wright to Essendon for a future fourth round selection in the 2021 AFL Draft. Wright was originally drafted at pick 8 in the 2014 AFL Draft and went on to play 66 games for the Gold Coast Suns, kicking 85 goals.

- Gold Coast forward rank #6
- Gold Coast overall player rank #26
- AFL overall player rank #414

View Peter Wright in the Stats Insider AFL Player Ratings

FRIDAY 6TH NOVEMBER

4:36pm

The Brisbane Lions have traded a third round selection (currently #43) in the 2020 AFL Draft, and a future fourth round selection in the 2021 AFL Draft, to the Melbourne Football Club for a third round selection (currently #53) and a future third round selection in the 2021 AFL Draft.

10:00am

SHAUN MCKERNAN

The St Kilda Football Club has signed Shaun McKernan as a delisted free agent. McKernan played 34 games for Adelaide between 2009 and 2014. Since joining Essendon in 2015, he played 53 games and kicked 51 goals for the Bombers. Essendon receives no compensation.

- Essendon forward rank #5
- Essendon overall player rank #15
- AFL overall player rank #261

View Shaun McKernan in the Stats Insider AFL Player Ratings

THURSDAY 5TH NOVEMBER

10:20am

KYLE HARTIGAN

The Adelaide Crows have traded defender Kyle Hartigan to the Hawthorn Football Club for a future fourth round AFL Draft selection. Kyle Hartigan played 113 games for Adelaide between 2013 and 2020.

- Adelaide defender rank #10
- Adelaide overall player rank #32
- AFL overall player rank #591

View Kyle Hartigan in the Stats Insider AFL Player Ratings

WEDNESDAY 4TH NOVEMBER

5:00pm

BRAD CROUCH

The Adelaide Crows have elected not to match a bid for restricted free agent, Brad Crouch, who is now able to join the St Kilda Football Club immediately. The Crows have been compensated with a second round selection in the upcoming 2020 AFL Draft. Brad Crouch played 95 games for the Adelaide Crows between 2013-2020, winning the Crows' Best & Fairest - the Malcolm Blight Medal - in 2019.

- Adelaide midfielder rank #2
- Adelaide overall player rank #5
- AFL overall player rank #154

View Brad Crouch in the Stats Insider AFL Player Ratings

3:45pm

JESSE HOGAN

The Fremantle Dockers have traded forwarded Jesse Hogan to the GWS Giants for a Round 3 selection, currently #54, which has been on traded from the West Coast Eagles from the earlier Zac Langdon trade. This is Hogan's third AFL club, having previously been at Melbourne (71 games, 152 goals) and his 19 games for Fremantle.

- Fremantle forward rank #5
- Fremantle overall player rank #21
- AFL overall player rank #408

View Jesse Hogan in the Stats Insider AFL Player Ratings

3:30pm

OLEG MARKOV

The Richmond Football Club have traded defender Oleg Markov to the Gold Coast Suns for a Future Round 3 selection at the AFL Draft. Markov played 23 games between 2016 and 2020 for the Tigers, also playing in the team that won the 2019 VFL Premiership.

- Richmond defender rank #10
- Richmond overall player rank #30
- AFL overall player rank #550

View Oleg Markov in the Stats Insider AFL Player Ratings

2:40pm

ZAC LANGDON

The GWS Giants have traded forward Zac Langdon to the West Coast Eagles for a Round 3 selection in the 2020 AFL Draft. As of the time of the trade, the selection sits at #54. Langdon played 31 games for the Giants, kicking 23 goals between 2018-2020. 

- GWS Giants forward rank #9
- GWS Giants overall player rank #23
- AFL overall player rank #473

View Zac Langdon in the Stats Insider AFL Player Ratings

FRIDAY 30TH OCTOBER

5:55pm:

ZAC WILLIAMS

The restricted free agent moves from the GWS Giants to the Carlton Football Club after 113 games for the Giants between 2013-2020. GWS will receive a first round compensation selection in the 2020 AFL Draft.

- GWS Giants defender rank #2
- GWS Giants overall player rank #3
- AFL overall player rank #27

AIDAN CORR

Restricted free agent Aidan Corr leaves the GWS Giants for the North Melbourne Football Club after 98 games for the Giants between 2013-2020. The Giants will receive a second round compensation selection in the 2020 AFL Draft.

- GWS Giants defender rank #5
- GWS Giants overall player rank #16
- AFL overall player rank #339

View Zac Williams and Aidan Corr in the Stats Insider AFL Player Ratings

5:41pm:

JOE DANIHER

The restricted free agent moves from the Essendon Football Club to the Brisbane Lions, after 108 games and 191 goals for the Bombers. Essendon will receive a first round compensation selection in the 2020 AFL Draft.

- Essendon forward rank #3
- Essendon overall player rank #12
- AFL overall player rank #177

View Joe Daniher in the Stats Insider AFL Player Ratings

2:55pm:

ISAAC SMITH

The unrestricted free agent moves from the Hawthorn Football Club - where he won 3x AFL Premierships (2013/14/15) - to the Geelong Football Club, one of the Hawks biggest rivals over the last decade. Isaac Smith played 210 games for Hawthorn after making his debut in 2011. The Hawks will receive a third round compensation selection in the 2020 AFL Draft.

- Hawthorn midfield player rank #4
- Hawthorn overall player rank #9
- AFL overall player rank #177

View Isaac Smith in the Stats Insider AFL Player Ratings

11:49am:

RORY ATKINS

The unrestricted free agent moves to the Gold Coast Suns from the Adelaide Crows, where he played 101-games between 2015 and 2020. The Adelaide Football Club receive a second round compensation selection in the 2020 AFL Draft.

- Adelaide midfield player rank #6
- Adelaide overall player rank #15
- AFL overall player rank #387

View Rory Atkins in the Stats Insider AFL Player Ratings

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Nick Splitter

Never won a Premiership in junior sports, and, as a loyal fan of teams that are generally and historically rubbish - see 'St Kilda Football Club' and 'all Philadelphia sports' - now spends his time sobbing uncontrollably in the corner of the pub.

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